Belgian TV: Morocco terrorists targeted EU building in Brussels
A suspected terrorist network recently
rounded up in Morocco had planned attacks on European Union buildings in Brussels, Flemish television VR reported late Monday.
The Sheraton Hotel in the Belgian capital was also targeted in the plan, the report in "Het Journaal" said.
Eleven people suspected of planning terrorist acts in Morocco and Belgium were detained in the cities of Fez and Nador in northern Morocco, Moroccan police said Monday.
The ring was connected to a network recruiting fighters to send to Iraq and to al-Qaeda training camps in Algeria, the source said.
One of the detainees was a Moroccan who lived in Belgium. The suspects were to appear before court, dpa reported.